There's a new epidemic coming to light in Alaska—and in other areas around the U.S.—where hundreds, and possibly thousands, of Native American women are turning up missing or murdered. But legislative, funding and awareness-raising efforts are under way, and the issue is getting some political traction from the #MeToo movement. .
When a child goes missing, we know what usually happens: the Amber alerts buzz your phone, police helicopters hover over searchers, and parents make tearful pleas on the news. But when that missing child is a teenager, the response is often much different.